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good evening. thank you for joining us. violence in prison is on the rise. one sheriff is hoping to expose this corruption within the system in quite an unconventional way. using cameras in a new twist in the world of reality show drama. here's my "nitline" coanchor juju chang. >> reporter: barbara and zach are going to jail.l. >> i have no idea what to expect.. >> reporter: this is day one of their lockup in a place known for violence and illicit activity. >> it's really hitting me how real this is. >> reporter: every inmateays they're innocent but zach and barbara really a. >> i hive never been in jail. >> reporter: barbara is a military wife and stayy at home mom. >> why is jail not so bad that they're not afraid to changee their ways and go back again? >> reporter: zach is a former mane who served in afghanistan, who wants to be a dea ent. >> seeking a career in law enforcement, i felt this would
other law enforcement officer has ever had. >> reporter: they are two of the seven volunteers going undercover to expose what really happens behind bars, all for the new a&e show "60 days in." innocent people serving time for fake crimes with fak identities. but with very real consequences. >> it's miserable. that's the only w wd i can tnk of to describe it. this place is completely miserable. >> reporter: this as jails and prisons across the country have been in the headlines for corruption and violence. just last week, this inmate fight in the santa clara county jail was caught on camera. just one day after the sheriff installed cameras on her own dime. >> it looked like two people, one hit him with the shoulder, en the fight was on. then a lot of other people jumped into the fight. >> reporter: crime and misconduct at the hands of prison staff is on the rise too. increasing 90% in 10 years. just last month, the fbi
in georgia for smuggling contraband and drug trafficking. they have yet to enter pleas. in 2014, sheriff jamie noel took over a jail in clark county, indiana, that was riddled with corruption and violence. >> you think you run this place -- inmates run the jail. i had parents blowing my phone up, e-mailing me, saying i'm sorry my son got arrested but he's getting more drugs in jail than he could get on the street. >> repter: so he decided to team up with a&e and hundreds of their reality show cameras to uncover it all. did you worry you're putting your career on the line by puttttg innocent lives at risk? >> i did. there's a lot of slipless nights will be i'll be honest, what we learned far outweighed me, my personal reputation. >> this was the perfect jail to do something like this at. it had had interruption corruption, it had had problems. it was known for being a violent, sort of terrible place. and this new sheriff comes in
how to fix it. >> welcome to "60 days in: the aftermath." >> reporter: dan abrams hosts the reunion show. there why safety rings. if i'd been the sheriff i would have been nervous. cameras everywhere, in theory monitoring as much as possible. but you can't have a camera literally everywhere. they had cameras all over. >> reporter: no one on the inside, neither guards nor inmates, know that zach, barbara, and the five oths are actually reality show participanqs. >> very much who's going to be the alpha male, who's going to let people run ove them. >> reporter: only sheriff noel and his chief deputy know the truth. they go in armed with nothing but surveillance cameras, a safe word, a cover story. >> we spent a lot of time making sure she knew what their cover story was, what their coverer name was. >> reporter: first they all go to jail boot camp to learn how deal with the unwritten rules of life on the inside. >> got to be very careful what was you say and how you say it. >> reporter: hoping what they learn will help keep them safe. >> don't become ngaged in
>> reporter: when they'll have to fend for themselves in a population that includes volatile, sometimes violent criminals. >> it's loud. it's dangerous. it's confusinin you have no control over anything you do. you have n privacy. >> reporter: the training does little to prepare babbara for the harsh reality. >> i've been in jail two days and it feels like i have been here two months. >> reporter: with his military experience, zach is able to adjust. >> the nice thing about being in jail as opposed to being in afghanistan is i afghanistan, you don't know who the good guys are and the bad guys are. in jail, you kind of just have to treat everybody like a bad guy. >> reporter: he's sent to c-pod, otherwise known as the most drug-ridden part of the jail. zach learns the early warning signs that a fight's about to break out when a prisoner starts casually putting on his shoes. >> called lacing up. they're going to put their shoes on to fight. >> i didn't see any of it because i stayed on my bunk. >> did you ever try to
>> yeah, that was one of the toughest situations for me. i had t# keep myself in check. i cannot get involved in this situation, i don't want to jeopardize the program. >> didn't want to blow your cover? >> didn't want to blow my cover. >> reporter: after this fight none of the inmates are willing to cooperate. >> people don't snitch. snitches get stitches. >> it's this no snitching culture that convinced the sheriff to open his quail up to reality show cameras. >> the tough part is inmates don't like to talk to me, sheriff the special. the corrections officers either, they immediately get branded as a snitch. >> reporter: but they will talk to the fake inmates who are reporting back on the intricate system of gettingng around the authorities. >> they like to make their drugs in jail. they basically take their drugs that they're supposed to be taking during the medication time, ey combine their medications together, they'll roll it up in tampon papers and smoke it. or they will melt down jol ranchers and mix it with jolly ranchers and suck on it.
are locked up because of drug offenses. >> if you keep housing bodies, treatingnghem like an animals, that's what you get in return. >> r rorter: these cameras are helping get drugs out of the jail. >> they were jikking drugs in, in their body cavities, several arrests base pod what we learned after that. >> reporter: all that surveillan doesn't necessarily mean a jail is safe. one of the show's characters is punched in the face. all caught on camera. but nothing can be done to stop it. >> i don't feel safe at all. not one second, don't feel safe. >> reporter: zach, barbara, and the other participants were compensated for the time they spent in jail. and yet not all of them me it through the 60 days. zach and barbara both managed to gut it out. >> the sleeping conditions are extremely difficult. you get a mat and you're on a metal bunk. everything's very dirty. it's extremely cold in there. the first few weeks were absolutely miserable. >> the fantasy is that it's a
state and good taxpayers are paying for you to do nothing all day. the reality is people are poor, they have mental health issues, substance abuse issues, a`d jail is a very unpleasant place to be. >> reporter: it may be reality show but the sheriff says he's implemented real changes. did yofire any corrections officers after this? >> we did. we made some arrests. we had several that actually quit. >> they y ew the writing was on the wall? >> exactly. >> you cleaned house after this? >> it was tough. it's not easy. >> reporter: barbara says she's cleaned house too. >> i came home a better person. i know that. i am so grateful for life. i have thisp new like awesome vision for myself and for my family. >> in what way do you think it changed your life? >> i don't judge. i'm so open to everyone now. i'm kind. i'm not as opinionated as i ed to be. i'm all here. next, donald trump's
why a jamaican model is saying his company misled her and the federal government. and now it's your voice, your vote. tonight the democratic presidential contenders debated in miami. univision's jorge ramos waste nothing time bluntly asking clinton about her ie-mail controversy. >> if you get indicted will you drop out? >> oh my goodnessss that's not going to happen, i'm not answering that question. i'm not a natural politician in case you haven't noticed, like my husband or president obama. so i have a view that i just have to do the best i can. >> both speaking out against republican front-runner donald trump. >> i think the american people are never going to elect a president who insults mexicans, who insults muslims, who insults women, who insults african-americans. >> i was the first one to call him out.
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, donald trumps facing new controversy, but not related to politics this time. a jamaican model is now suing his modeling agency. what do his lawyers have to say about these accusations? here's abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross. >> reporter: in a video for this year's "sports illustrated"
is running a provocative campaign for votes. much like the man who owns the modeling agency that represents her. donald trump. it's n/t well known but his vast business empire includes a modeling agency, trump model management. some of his models have hit it big. including his wife melania who, while dating him, posed in various forms of unpress on trump's private jet for a british magazine. trump models are used to help promote the fashion line run by his daughter ivanka, once a del herself. trump makes more than $1 million a year from the m deling business. and as part of this mtv reality show he was personally involved in recruiting teenage talent. >> you just signed with at modeling agency today, which is great. >> i'm very excited. >> trump models, inc. >> reporter: more than 100 of
into the u.s. from other countries under what's called the h1b visa program for seasonal or specialized workers. that is the very program that as a presidential candidate trump has criticized others for using, including the abc parent company walt disney, saying on his website it's used as a cheap labob program should be eliminated. >> we're going to be the people that create jobs for our country -- >> reporter: one of the foreign models donald trump's agency brought to the u.s. under the h1b program was alexia palmer, recruited from jamaica. >> i was excited. because all the girls in jamaica wanted to be signed with an agency here. >> reporter: in officiaia documents filed by the agency for the visa and obtained by abc news, the agency said palm we'rere make at least $75,000 a year for three years as a full-time employee. >> i was going to get thth. >> did that seem like a lot of money to you? >> yes.
close to that. for more than 21 shoots, including this campaign for cosmetics. now she's taking trump's agency to court. according to palmer's lawsuit her total earnings for three years after 80% was deducted for expenses and fees came to only $$3880us modest cash advances. >> is that vital ofolation of the law? >> that's a slam nk. it's 100% violation of the law without any secon thoughts. >> reporter: under her visa status she could not work anywhere else but the trump agency. >> i feel like i was a slave or somethini. >> a slave? >> a slave. because that's what slavery people do,just work and work and work and don't g no money. >> reporter: three years lost, she says. >> i was discouraged and i thought my life was nothing. because i can't go to school, i
they left me -- >> reporter: the trump agency says it had a hard time finding work for palmer and that it was under no obligation to pay her $75,000 a year, despite what the immigration form said. trump general counsel, alan garton, said that w an estimate. >> there was no employer/employee lationship -- >> you checked the box that said full-time employee. >>8that's what the form requires. >> it wasn't true? >> this is how it's done in the industry. >> reporter: an immigration law expert says companies don't have the option of ignoring the wage figure they cite in a u.s. visa form like the $75,000. >> it would be extraordinarily unusual for that to be legal. >> reporter: robert devinene was a top u.s. immigration official in theush administration. >> so if the box is checked full-time and the wage promised is $75,000 a year? that's what has to be paidid >> minus any very limited deductions under some very
>> reporter: while deducting expenses and charging a commission is considered normal in the modeling industry, the trump agency added a $4,000 administrative fee. >> that is fair? >> is it fair? yes, it's absolutely fair. because that was -- >> why is it fair? >> because that is how the industry works. >> reporter: but that $4,000 fee seemed out of the ordinary to an expert on fashion law. professor susan scathini offed for fordham unusual. >> the fee seems lie given that there's commission built . >> like an extra added charge you don't usually see in. >> exactly. >> reporter: alexi palmer says other models like h h are afraid to come forward against trump because their legal status ended when they left the trump agency. hers did too. now she's in hiding in new york, no lonr modeling, awaiting the outcome of her lawsuit against the trump agency.
to take on donald trump. >> yes. i know i'm going to win because this is very fair. >> reporter: trump's lawyers say palmer's lawsuit is frivolous and they've asked the judge to dismiss it. for "nightline," brian ross, abc news, new york. next, this birthday bash definitely takes the cake. but can you guess the price tag on this lavish affair? driving out on the open road together is great... but i think women would agree, getting home... to cuddle up with their man is nice too. but he's the thing: about half of men over 40 have some degree of erecti dysfunction. well, viagra helps guys with ed get and keep an erection. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain or adempas for pulmonary hypertension your blood pressure could drop to an unsafe level. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours.
came true on her 15th birthday. once again, here's my "nightline" coanchor juju chang. the guests. that dress. no, it's not the royal wedding. it's a birthday party. for a 15-year-old girl. mia henry wowing with this lavish quintera, $6 million. the decadent affair worthy of a fairy tale. a 55,000 square foot venue. 600 guests. celebrity performances by pitbull and nick jonas. no doubt sparking jealousy in all her classmates. i still get jealous >> reporter: custom-made dresses by rolmnda santana, reportly 20 gs each. no birthday party is complete without a song your father
day, right? performed by color red and clarisa serna. the lucky teen, an instagram sensation with 20,000 followers, is no stranger to the limelight. seen pictured with hillary clinton. katy perry. vieian von furstenberg. >> you just ruined everything! i hate you! >> reporter: mtv's "my super sweet 16" has featured pampered teens and opulent occasionsns for this texan princess, a night to remember. for her father, a credit card bill he won't soon forget. for "nightlinin i'm juju chang in new york. >> really? call me old school, i guess. it was a scottish theologian william barkley who said, there are two great days in a person's life. the day we're born, and the day we discover why. thanyou for watching. tune into gma in the morning. as always we're online 24/7 on
good night, erica. >> laurie: : vote 2016. the clash in kendall tonight and immigration one of the top issues. words between bernie sanders and hillary clinton got heated in the fit for florida. >> and our political team is here. and we'll start with you tonight. >> calvin, laurie, it was a humdinger of a debate. good questions. sharp answers. real differces. >> the debate was bilingual, english and spanish. fortunately both candidates are fluid in the language of politics. >> you don't make america great by getting rid of everything that made america great. >> reporter: donald trump was the subject of several direct & and candid questions. >> secretary clinton, is donald
>> i think it's unamerican. i think what he has promoted is not at all in keeping with american values, erin. >> the american people are never going to elect a president who insults mexicans, who insults muslims. who insults women. >> reporter: clinton and sanders had several sharp exchanges like this one on her speeches of wall street. >> i would think that a speech so great that you got paid so much money for you would like to share it with the american people. >> reporter: both candidates spoke out in favor of comprehensive immigration reform and said 10, 11, 12 million undocumented people who haven't broken the law should not be deployed. >> of the people, the undocumented people living in our country, i do not want to see them deported. i want to see them on a path to citizenship. >> i will not deport children